Sorrell tops marketing services UK pay table

Marshall, Caroline
August 2001
Campaign;8/10/2001, Issue 32, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the earnings of public company executives in Great Britain in 2000. Emergence of Sir Martin Sorrel, chief executive of WPP group as the highest paid boss for the year; Comparison between the salary package of Sorrel and other executives; Detailed account on the salary and benefits of the executives.


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